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Distance: 9.56 miles Time: 00:39:23 Max Speed: 25.40 mph
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Route: on the Canal Weight: 238 Altitude Gain: 326 ft
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 Voltage read variance between the RCS and the CCX controllers
Having noted previously that a fully charged battery voltage reads higher on the RCS than on the CCX (58.8 vs 57.7 volts)

On the final 4 miles of the ride, the CCX controller readout began to flash the voltage readout at 45.3 volts of energy left in the battery during the last 4 miles. Once home, I transferred the Battery pack to the RCS to read the battery voltage from that controller and noted a voltage difference of +1.1 volts. The two controllers vary in voltage read accuracy. I consider the RCS voltage indicator readout the most accurate calibration since it reads a fully charged battery at 58.8 volts while the CCX readout shows 57.7 volts.

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